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Local author Duffy Brown is with our Barbara Gray to talk about the newest installment in her Consignment Shop mystery series, Demise in Denim.

Thomas Atkinson is a local writer whose first novel, Strobe Life, has just come out in print and he has earned acclaim for his collection of linked stories, Standing Deadwood, at two recent literary contests.

Richard O. Jones was a longtime writer for The Hamilton Journal-News, but he has now embarked on a new career as true crime historian.

Local author Rita Miles-Burns is with our Kelly Blewett to talk about her latest novel, A Ribbon in the Sky.

A new book looks at Cincinnati's Wurlitzer family

May 15, 2015

Author Mark Palkovic has delved in to the history of one of our more prominent local family names in his new book Wurlitzer of Cincinnati: The Name That Means Music to Millions.

Our Barbara Gray talks with local novelist Tricia Fields about the newest installment in her Josie Gray mystery series, Firebreak.

A new mystery from local author Duffy Brown

Feb 20, 2015

Local author Duffy Brown is with our Barbara Gray to talk about her latest adult mystery novel, Geared for the Grave (A Cycle Path Mystery).

In a new, Big Easy variation on the classic tale of the gingerbread man, New Orleans native and current Cincinnati resident Keila Dawson has written her first children’s book, The King Cake Baby, introducing young audiences to the city and traditions that make New Orleans great, and she's with Lee Hay.

Cincinnati author Mary Curran Hackett’s latest book, Proof of Angels, is a novel with a distinctly personal narrative, loosely based on her own struggles with disease and mental illness. She joins our Barbara Gray for a conversation about the cathartic nature of writing and some of the characters readers will encounter in the book.

Lee Hay has a conversation with Xavier University alum John Lucas who has just published The Bravest of Them All -The Legend of Stan Bowman, an historical story about the Covington, Kentucky 1960’s era race car driver.